WIN95 does not map slave drive
Posted on 1998-01-31
I just replaced my c: drive and installed WIN95. However, WIN95 does not allow me to access my slave drive on the primary EIDE channel (secondary channel is empty). My BIOS auto-detects it fine, but Device Manager shows it as an unknown IDE drive and it doesn't appear in Windows Explorer.
When I swap in my old c: drive and boot into DOS6.22 / WFW 3.11, the slave maps properly to the d: drive.